A sculpture dedicated to Ukrainian mothers who suffered from the Russian military invasion appeared in Prague
A sculpture of a woman hovering at a height of several meters appeared in Prague. The work called Vinok is dedicated to all Ukrainian mothers who suffered from the Russian military invasion. The author of the sculpture is Czech artist Veronika Psotková.
Vinok is a traditional Ukrainian floral headdress. The custom of knitting decorative wreaths dates back to pagan times. The wreath has long become a symbol of the Ukrainian nation. The floral crowns were traditionally designed for girls and young unmarried women as a sign of their “purity.”